Baramulla: The Deputy Commissioner (DC) Baramulla, Mohammad Aijaz Asad today chaired a meeting of concerned officers to review arrangements put in place for smooth conduct of JKSSB Class-IV examinations scheduled to be held on 27th, 28th of February and on Ist March 2021.
On the occasion, a comprehensive discussion on the subject was held wherein it was informed that 36717 aspirants are going to appear in these exams for which 19 exam centres have been established across the district.
After taking a thorough review, DC informed that this is the first ever exam being conducted by JKSSB for Class IV posts. He emphasized to work in coordination and cohesion for conducting the exams smoothly and peacefully.
The DC directed the concerned to make all the requisite arrangements well in advance adding that necessary training shall be imparted to the duty staff.
Moreover, he said that one observer and one duty magistrate shall be appointed for each centre so that examination is conducted in a smooth and transparent manner. The meeting was also informed that GAD has appointed ADC Baramulla as the general observer for the said exam.
It is worth here to mention that, DC has issued an order wherein Deputy Chief Education Officer, Balbir Singh was appointed as the Nodal Officer who shall liaise with various stakeholders for the smooth conduct of the exam.